I have the name: "Froggy," as a nickname.
When I tell myself to focus by saying, "Focus Froggy," I concentrate on the center four squares of the chess board and I seek to control them with my chess men. That doesn't necessarily mean I move pawns to cease them the first things in the games I play. It means I can seize control of those squares from a distance, say, by my bishops fianchettoed also. I try to keep the Center Four as my territory and I try not to give them up to my opponent. The squares around the Center Four that form an outside square, I also try to control. This simple strategy has been quite successful for me--I win most of my games when I use this strategy.
Lloyd S. Kim, A.A., B.A.
Pen Name: L. Lloyd Kim